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Appeals Court Upholds Broad Federal Wetlands Jurisdiction

The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals rejected a challenge to the application of wetlands permitting requirements imposed under the 1972 Clean Water Act on property near Priest Lake, Idaho, owned by Mike and Chantell Sackett.
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Supreme Court Limits EPA’s Authority in Victory for Landowners

In Sackett v. EPA, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously struck down the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s broad application of the 1972 Clean Water Act to isolated wetlands on private property, ruling the Clean Water Act does not apply to the Sackett family’s property.
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Judge Napolitano: Government By Experts

Property results from the application of labor to natural resources, Judge Napolitano says Last week, the United States Supreme Court, in a surprising display of...

Facebook’s Solar Farm Partner Destroyed a Trophy Fishing Lake

By Ken Braun Meta, the parent firm of Facebook, was in the media promoting its Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) virtues in December 2021. That preening didn’t end...

Climate Change Weekly #471: Special Edition: The Republican Debt Ceiling Bill Deserves the People’s...

It is clear that House Republicans put a lot of thought into their bill to raise the debt ceiling, officially named the 2023 Limit, Save, and Grow Act (LSGA).
WOTUS

Biden Issues Second Veto of His Presidency on Clean Water Act Regulation

President Joe Biden vetoed the second bill of his presidency , H.J.Res.27, a joint resolution of disapproval that sought to void an Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers rule Clean Water Act rule.
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North Dakota Judge Blocks Controversial Water Rule

North Dakota U.S. District Court Judge Daniel Hovland issued a preliminary injunction Wednesday that blocked the implementation of the Biden administration's clean water rule, also known as WOTUS.
WOTUS

Senate Votes to Overturn Biden’s Waters of the U.S. Rule

The U.S. Senate passed a Congressional Review Act joint resolution to overturn the Biden administration’s revised rule regulating Waters of the United States (WOTUS) under the 1972 Clean Water Act.

Senate Votes To Overturn Biden WOTUS Rule

By Katelynn Richardson The Senate voted 53-43 Wednesday to overturn the Biden administration’s “waters of the United States” (WOTUS) rule, which expands what waters are...
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Climate Change Weekly #465: [Fill in the Blank Climate Crisis] Season Is Here

Examples of the Climate Inquisition's malfeasance and name-calling arrived in the form of articles recently published by Agence France-Presse (AFP) and Grist, both of which were widely republished.

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Supreme Court Limits EPA’s Authority in Victory for Landowners

In Sackett v. EPA, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously struck down the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s broad application of the 1972 Clean Water Act to isolated wetlands on private property, ruling the Clean Water Act does not apply to the Sackett family’s property.